Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Chaos in the White House Monaem Sarker

Chaos in the White House Monaem Sarker

"What the author has just done is throw the government of the United States into even more unsafe turmoil", he wrote. Many have privately shared some of the same concerns expressed about the president with colleagues, friends and reporters.

Mattis is in India along with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to attend the maiden India-US 2+2 dialogue being hosted by their Indian counterparts External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. The author claims there is a "steady state" within the administration that believes the president is "anti-democratic" and amoral. He has also suggested that the New York Times should turn the unidentified writer over to authorities in the interest of "national security".

Meanwhile, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders issued a statement calling the author a coward and demanding the person resign. It also helped overshadow the release Friday of more positive economic news, which the president complains does not get more widespread attention amid the constant controversies around the White House. The two were not authorized to speak publicly and spoke on the condition of anonymity. "It will make President Trump more resistant to sober advice than he already was, which doesn't seem like a good thing for the country". "I really think in the scheme of things that drive elections, this op-ed is a drop in the ocean", he said. And could a divided executive branch pose a danger to the country?

Others quickly followed suit to distance themselves from the Times op-ed, which claims there is an effort by a group of conservative administration insiders who are working against Trump. "And I'm just not aware of instances where they've occurred and or where they would occur", Pence said.

President Donald Trump on Friday slammed investigative journalist Bob Woodward's damning portrayal of the inner workings of the USA president's administration as a "scam", alleging that it includes made-up quotes.

As one leaker told Axios: "I usually pay attention to other staffers' idioms and use that in my background quotes".

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Here you go: "It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room". "We fully recognize what is happening".

Woodward in his book, "Fear: Trump in the White House", said that administration officials fearing Trump's impulsive nature have even taken to stealing documents from his desk to avert a full-blown crisis.

Woodward, whose reporting with Carl Bernstein blew the lid off President Nixon's Watergate scandal, said the Trump White House is the ninth he's covered - and he's never seen it so bad.

Before a campaign rally Thursday night, Trump said the New York Times' decision to publish the op-ed could be called "treason".

The individual who wrote the op-ed, while described as a senior official, has not been identified.

In a paragraph praising the late Arizona Sen.

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